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Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences

RESEARCH

JIBS is committed to continuously expand its interdisciplinary and collaborative research in areas including behavioural sciences, law, forensics, policy making and other disciplines.

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PROGRAMMES

Psychology is “the study of the mind and behavior" and the aim of the course is to familiarize Students with a wide range of theories and research investigating...

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SERVICES

Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences (JIBS) at O.P. Jindal Global University has established a well-equipped psychology assessment centre. This is a research-oriented institute...

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JIBS AT A GLANCE
10
Ongoing Research Projects
27
Conferences & Seminars
129
Training Programmes
550
Psychological Assessments
Kathleen Modrowski
Professor & Dean, JSLH

DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities (JSLH). As a student in a liberal arts programme you become an intellectual explorer. The dictionary definition of “explorer” is “...somebody who travels to distant or unfamiliar places to find out more about them.” This is a fairly accurate description of a liberal arts education. As a student in this school of liberal arts and humanities, you can now embark on that journey and ask challenging questions, find out what really matters to you, learn about the world as it is and imagine the world as you think it ought to be.
INTELLECTUALLY DIVERSE

Our cohesive team of researchers come from a diverse area of knowledge and expertise, to benefit each other, and the entire JGU community by providing training to students and professionals and facilitating collaborative research.

GLOBALLY FOCUSED RESEARCH

In collaboration with several national and international researchers and organizations, we investigate new and upcoming aspects of various disciplines in order to produce quantitative and qualitative research that will help national and international bodies in societal, legislative, rehabilitative and policy reforms.

STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS

Every year, our faculty members engage student researchers in ongoing research projects to help them inculcate better research skills and ethics as well as familiarise them with various research methodologies and assessment techniques. To this end, we also offer limited, monthly scholarships to outstanding students for their exemplary performance and contribution.